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Burning Kiss (2018)

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A hallucinogenic summer noir cocktail spiked with suspense is concocted as the unexpected arrival of a stranger ignites an inferno of secrets and guilt, complicating the relationship between a father and his daughter.

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Robbie Studsor

Writer:

Robbie Studsor
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Credited cast:
Liam Graham ... Max Woods
Alyson Walker ... Charlotte Bloom
Richard Mellick Richard Mellick ... Edmond Bloom
Christie Sistrunk ... Sophia Valmont
Nina Deasley ... Susan
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Chloe Brown ... Sandy Asher
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A hallucinogenic summer noir cocktail spiked with suspense is concocted as the unexpected arrival of a stranger ignites an inferno of secrets and guilt, complicating the relationship between a father and his daughter.

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If you live in shadows, you burn in the sun.

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Thriller

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 November 2018 (Australia) See more »

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taste of a kiss?
5 April 2019 | by ops-52535See all my reviews

Well the feeling i had when gaining my first and most important burning kiss, did not taste or create imagination like they present in this movie.

its a film for the aesthetic feinsmacker film critic, with a secret agenda so well hidden that i fell of this horse pretty quick, and ended up chasing lovely women and boobs, that occurs here and there. the filmmusic has a hint of arabian night, or open sesame in the fairytail of ali baba and the 40...... also it has the narrative monolouge and dialouges of a woody allen drama, as well as the slowness of a detective morse episode on detektimen on the norwegian broadcaster. its also related to events of happenings in a bone collectorish novel, where a handicaped person have gained more than a hunch or more specificly psychic abilities to solve and direct his pawns in the right direction, in this case the murderer of a dear female friend.

its a film with fast shifting audiovisual character, shifting music, and themes, spiced up with some special effects, and images of the sun filmed from the nasa helios observatory.

as an art stub, it has really some good technical qualities, espescially on the visual composition, and may therefore be quite a task for the sofa-stretching layman that hungers for comedy and action, love and murder. so with that said , the grumpy old man finds this austalian neo noir something, hard to believe, and at times like glaring at the sun with an unfiltered pair of binoculars. i give 2 stars instead of the whole solarsystem for this dyslectic peace of the earth.


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